Stroke survivors with communication difficulties may be able to receive extended treatment if a study proves the effectiveness of a computer based approach to delivering intensive speech and language therapy.
13 November 2014
As part of the Economic and Social Science Research Councils (ESRC) Festival of Social Science, the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) we invite you and your colleagues to join us for Techno Therapies, an afternoon of talks, demonstrations and debates showcasing the current healthcare technologies for mental health and well-being.
13 October 2014
We invite you and your colleagues to join us for an afternoon of discussion, reflection and sharing about the practical, clinical and research aspects of Mild Cognitive Impairment and to explore opportunities for collaborating on upcoming funding calls.
Mild Cognitive Impairment is a relatively new term used to describe problems with mental abilities such as thinking, knowing and remembering. There are large gaps in knowledge about how to inform, support and maintain people with this diagnosis.
6 October 2014
CATCH are pleased to announce that along with Barnsley based firm HMA Digital Marketing we have been awarded the Innovation in Healthcare category at the University of Sheffield Enterprise, Innovation and Impact awards.
23 September 2014
We are delighted to announce that we are now recruiting for two new Lecturers to join our expanding team.
11 September 2014
Simon Butler and Kat Easton will be exhibiting on behalf of CATCH at The King’s Fund International Digital Health and Care Congress in London from 10-12 September.
5 September 2014
CATCH Director, Professor Mark Hawley attended the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) Conference in Canberra in August as the key note speaker.
25 August 2014
The third event in the 'Applying Relationships Science to Contemporary Interventions' ESRC seminar series (ApReSCI) will take place on Monday 13th October 2014 at the University of Sussex.
ApReSCI is a joint project between the University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, University of East Anglia, University of Bristol, and University of Sussex, funded by the ESRC, featuring seminar events at each institution.
21 August 2014